To start with - I don't have pictures because she is in Kentucky while I'm home.
I should have gotten pictures when I was there, but I was more worried about getting her all ready for me to be gone for a month.
It's an older jumping saddle that my grandma gave me. It has great wither clearance for her, and it's so comfy, so I really want to keep it. But the billets are angled towards her hind legs, putting the girth awkwardly far back. I also think it doesn't fit great shoulder wise (again, I'm so sorry I have no photos). However, I lunged her in it and she seemed totally fine. Being the five year OTTB she is, I thought she may tell me if it wasn't okay but she gave me no indication.
I'm buying a "corrective pad" suggested by an old trainer of mine. It's level, I think 1/2" of foam. Will it help?
I also looked at some anatomic girths.. Would that fix the issue?
Or do I need to get a saddle fitter out to do work on the billets?
Again - I'm so sorry I don't have photos.
I was just wondering if someone had experienced something similar, or if there was something I was missing.